What is a powerful 'natural ' Antioxidant supplement on the planet?
Probably the best thing you could do for your health is to be a vegan. I believe mankind is a vegan by nature. Although many of us are not. True, if we would eat more natural like fruit and veggies and do what God told Israel here we wouldn't have to look for antioxidants. But the sad story is many of us don't, but we can change that.
What is the most powerful 'natural ' Antioxidant supplement on the planet? When considering this you might think about Siberian Chaga which is a mushroom that grows on birch trees over 5 to 7 years. It produces a woody growth called a ‘conk’ that absorbs nutrients from the entire tree, including the tree’s life-energy as known in other cultures but I will call it vital force. In turn, that vital force which are the tree's health promoting nutrients are delivered to the person who consumes it. Chaga in the non-animal kingdom is what most resembles human DNA. It contains at least 215 phytonutrients, making it one of nature's most nutritionally-dense foods. It is on the WHO's (World Health Organization) GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) list and is classified as one of approximately 250 medicinal mushrooms. It commands 5 to 8 times the value of any other medicinal mushroom. Our Wildcrafted Siberian Chaga comes in capsule form which can be taken orally or the contents dissolved in liquid or sprinkled on food or in a drink. Get some Chaga NOWor read more and don't forget to check the other pages above.
When looking for ORACvalue, you can find many things on the market that are good. A good example is the fruit juices. But none of them have the ORAC value that this Medicinal Mushroom has. Of course we want the best for our families. In the whole scheme of things nature's way seems to be the best. Chaga naturally has the combination that packs the punch when it comes to an antioxidant. You see in many fruit drink supplements, the hype is there, but is what's hyped really there? Granted if we all were faithful to ourselves and ate what we should we'd likely have all we need. Chaga is the most powerful mushroom for ORAC value. See the chart below.
Some measurements of ORAC are based not on the actual serving of the product, but rather to a specific measurement of concentrated raw ingredients and not really the final diluted, or even pasteurized product. This is the fact that many consumers who are looking for real health enhancement, could overlook. It only takes drops of our concentrated Chaga extract with its numerous types of anti-oxidant values, one of which is Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), among other powerful antioxidants, to protect you and your family from premature aging, and exposure to harmful free radicals from the stresses of today's lifestyles. With over 215 ingredients in Chaga some of which are phytonutrient compounds with Melanin, Beta Glucans and Betulinic Acid that puts Chaga in an entire class of it's own as a supplement. That is why Chaga gets the results it does. Our Siberian Chaga Mushroom has 25 to 50 times more SOD antioxidants than other medicinal mushrooms.
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Chaga Mushroom has been historically used in Russia, Europe, Scandinavia, Asia by medicine practitioners for:
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(Newsletter of the North American Mycological Asscn.):
Chaga, in fact, has been used in Russian folk
medicine since at least the 16th century. It was used to
treat “consumption” and cancers, often stomach and
lung cancers, and it was likewise considered useful for
other common stomach and intestinal ailments such as
gastritis, ulcers, colitis, as well as general pain—thus a
panacea, held in high esteem in much the same way as
the Reishi and Lingzhi (Ganoderma lucidum) in the
Orient. Since 1955, a refined extract of the chaga fungus
(“Bifungen”) has been manufactured and sold in Russia
for the treatment of stomach and intestinal diseases.
I recently learned that chaga continues to be used in
Russia. The Minnesota Mycological Society had a
fungus exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
There was a big chunk of chaga on the table. One of the
visitors was a Russian physician. She immediately
recognized it and enthusiastically told us about how it is
used in her country.
Click here Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) has continued to receive attention as a folk medicine with indications for the treatment of cancers and digestive diseases. The anticarcinogenic effect of Chaga mushroom extract was investigated using a model system of gap junctional intercellular communication (GJIC) in WB-F344 normal rat liver epithelial cells. . .Thus Chaga mushroom may act as a natural anticancer product by preventing the inhibition of GJIC through the inactivation of ERK1/2 and p38 MAP kinase.
Click here Additional important components of this vast arsenal of compounds are polysaccharides derived from the fungal cell walls. These compounds have attracted significant attention in recent years because of their immunomodulatory activities, resulting in antitumor effects.
Click here The endo-polysaccharide appeared to have other cellular binding sites with TLR-4 and did not show a direct toxicity against tumor cells. However, indirect anti-cancer effects via immuno-stimulation were observed. The mycelial endo-polysaccharide of I. obliquus is a candidate for use as an immune response modifier. Submerged mycelial cultures are advantageous for industrial production of polysaccharides.
Click here This study describes the extraction and characterization of a platelet aggregation inhibitory peptide from Inonotus obliquus. (Chaga)
Inhibit Cancer Cell Growth
Click here The cytotoxic effect of two aqueous extracts of Inonotus obliquus on human cervical uteri cancer cells (Hela S3) in vitro was evaluated. It was concluded that Inonotus extracts at a concentration of 10 micrograms/ml to 2000 micrograms/ml inhibited cancer cells growth.
Although the majority of research has been performed in vivo and in vitro, there have been a few human clinical trials. In a 48 patient human clinical trial in Poland in 1957, ten patients treated with chaga showed a reduction of tumor size, a decrease in pain, a decrease in the intensity and the frequency of hemorrhaging, and a recovery that was accompanied with better sleep, appetite and feelings of improvement. Most of these patients were females treated with chaga for cancer of the genital organs or breast cancer.
Inhibit Tumor Growth
Click here The fungal extract caused a decrease of the cell protein amount and mitotic index value. Moreover, this extract disturbed metabolism in cells caused decreased activity of LDH, HBDH, MDH, GGT and increasing the activity of catalase.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus), a Future Potential
Medicinal Fungus in Oncology? A Chemical Study and a Comparison of the
Cytotoxicity Against Human Lung Adenocarcinoma Cells (A549) and Human Bronchial
Epithelial Cells (BEAS-2B)
Click here Studying antibiotic properties of mushrooms has, in recent years, completely renewed therapeutic microbial infectious diseases. But these plants are far from having revealed all their secrets and, for thirty years, they have inspired many researches in the field of oncology.
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